Question about 1996 Pontiac Grand Prix
If you have a white, milky fluid, you have moisture in the oil. No question on this. You may try retorquing the top of the engine (heads, intake, etc.). Change oil and filter. Now if this has electric motors for cooling (fans), make sure they are working. Don't overlook the obvious. Check the radiator cap. Cooling system must have pressure to function right. A bad cap could cause overheating.
Posted on Mar 06, 2009
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